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  • Audio CD (March 25, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B00122M2QU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,663 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The Cavalera Conspiracy is about a sense of being unleashed, says vocalist/guitarist Max Cavalera. You bottle a monster for 10 years and then let it out. It s explosive, and we waited a long time for this beast to be set free.
It s true. The wait is over. And the time is now. Many said it would never happen, that Max and Iggor Cavalera, the Brazilian brothers and visionaries that formed the groundbreaking metal band Sepultura in 1983 would reunite to make electrifying music together again. Despite having spent 12 years apart, the inescapable fact remains: Max and Iggor share blood and are musical soulmates. Their time away from each other fostered musical growth leading to the newly inspired metallic magic. Hence, the Cavalera Conspiracy was born. While the Cavalera Conspiracy and their Roadrunner Records debut Inflikted may seem like the closest we ll get to a Sepultura reunion, make no mistake. The Cavalera Conspiracy is its own maniacal, untamable beast with its own set of rules.

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Buy this album Motherphucka!
Jared Corey Adam Thomason
Their debut album "Inflikted" is the first album that Max and Iggor have worked on together since Sepultura's 1996 effort "Roots".
Jeremy Brackeen
Its packed full of heaters, and is a great listen from start to finish.
A. J. Gardin

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G. Alberti on March 11, 2009
Format: Audio CD
thanks god the cavalera brothers are back together again ,making extreme heavy music .............
this cd has some great riffs, and with max vocals you cant ask for more.....
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Falzano on April 19, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Sepultura was heavy back in the day when both Max & Igor Cavalera were in the group....but Max left after some tension in the band became apparent & Soulfly was born & eventually became even heavier than Sepultura. However, here we are many years later & the Cavalera brothers recently reunited & man it makes you wonder what took them so long to get back together again! Obviously Max & Igor had to work out their problems with each other & their past with Sepultura, but man while you are listening to this CD you can't help but wonder if making this CD was truly therapy for the both of them! This CD is NON-STOP brutality from start to finish & definitely angrier than anything I've heard from Max Cavalera & that's saying a lot because Max is always pissed about something! Buy this CD for some straight forward/heavy/no nonsense metal! Thank God the Cavalera boys are back!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on August 8, 2013
Format: Audio CD
Cavalera Conspiracy, the much hyped-about supergroup involving members of Sepultura, Soulfly, Nailbomb, and Gojira, released an debut in 2008 entitled "Inflikted." And it is no secret that this album sounds like...er, well...an amalgamation of all four bands involved. Nevertheless, it is an excellent debut, and one that holds boatloads of promise and potential.

Skinsman Igor Cavalera lays the foundation for the songs with brutal blasts and thrash beats, and four-stringer Joe Duplantier completes the rhythm section by laying down some bass lines which a re very steady and flowing, if however unobtrusive bass lines (Duplantier keeps his nose out of trouble most of the time, and only occasionally -- like in the songs' breakdowns -- can be said to be prominent in the mix.) But for the most part, though, this is, unsurprisingly, the guitarists show. Max Cavalera and Marc Rizzo come up with some of the all-time best and most infectious riffs of their long and storied recording career, and augment them with memorable leads and exceptional solos.

"Inflikted" is first-and-foremost a groove-oriented thrash metal album, but it is one that is peppered with strong death metal elements. Add some undeniable hardcore and yes, even Nailbomb-reminiscent grindcore influences to the mix, and the end result is one beastly and b-b-brutal monster of an album, and one that is influenced equally by all four bands involved in its recording.

The pulsing pound of the title song makes it a very rousing and moving set opener, and one that is bristling with catchy riffs and moshable rhythms. It also drops in a couple of great (and really ripping) guitar solos, too -- the first of which is especially of note, as it is sounds like it is a sweep-picked solo.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Big Red on March 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Roadrunner Records has added more metal to their catalog and has brought forth the debut of a reunion of the Cavalera brothers, Max and Igor. Over a decade has passed since the two have shared a stage or made music together. This project is not only special because of the musical connections these Brazilian brothers share, but also because the wait for their reunion is over. Whether or not this project becomes permanent is unknown, for Max has his main band Soulfly and Igor has his electronic music project Mixhell.

The two co-founded Sepultura over twenty years ago and have now founded another thrash metal band, Cavalera Conspiracy. Marc Rizzo (Soulfly) and Joe Duplantier (Gojira) fill out the band on guitar and bass, respectively. Without even hearing a single note from these guys, you'd expect something heavy and possibly similar to Sepultura or Soulfly - and you'd be right on all accounts. The band's debut, Inflikted, features an opening song with the same title that sounds like it came off Sepultura's Beneath the Remains. This song could start a riot and could very well be an opening song on tour because of the madness it can stir. On the other hand, the very next song, "Sanctuary," sounds like it came off Soulfly's Prophecy.

With comparisons to the aforementioned bands obvious, Inflikted is also a unique assault of its own. The sound is more than just cohesion of the members' past musical endeavors. Expect several different shades of red on this paint palette. Igor's drums are thunderous and intense, and easily complement the squealing guitars and Max's deep, scratchy vocals.
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Format: Audio CD
After 12 long years, brothers Max and Iggor Cavalera has finally reunited, this time with their brand spanking new band simply known as Cavalera Conspiracy. Their debut album "Inflikted" is the first album that Max and Iggor have worked on together since Sepultura's 1996 effort "Roots". I have anticipated this cd for some time, and when I got it and listened to it, I was very impressed with it, and it has become one of my favorite metal cds of 2008 as well. It definately proves that Max and Iggor play straight from their hearts which of course made them both famous in Sepultura. This album reminds me of a mix of Arise-era Sepultura and later-Soulfly. Joining this four-man lineup with the Cavalera brothers are lead guitarist Marc Rizzo (who played with Max in Soulfy) and bassist Joe Duplantier (Gojira), and they definately have proved that they are great, solid musicians in their own rights. Marc's leads and solos are sharp, ripping, and very impressive, and Joe does a splendid, solid job with the bass and keeping up with the guitars. Iggor's drumming on here just slaughters, and it's also varied as well, ranging from wicked fast, pummeling thrash beats, groovy mid tempo parts, and even some cool tribal sounding beats as well. I really like the sound of his drums on here, it's really heavy sounding. Last but not least, Max delivers an excellent vocal performance. His vocals are harsh, angry, vicious, and commanding, and he also provides great rhythm guitar playing as well. Every song on here is just great, but here's a look at some of my favorites. The title track gets the album opened up in a no nonsense way with insane punchy, thrashing riffs, hefty, groovy drums, a catchy fist pumping, headbanging chorus, and a pair of fast shredding solos and some thrashy drum parts to boot.Read more ›
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It was the whole Sepultura as a band. Once Max left, they became very NORMAL. That was far from was OLD Sepultura was. They need to get Andreas Kisser, kick out Derrick Green and revamp Sepultura. THey need to do what TestAment is doing.
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Its OK
This better be a lot better than that damn Arson Anthem garbage
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